Happiness Requires Daily Effort – PART 3

 

“I’m too busy to tell people how busy I am.” – someecards

Charlie Munger, the long-time business partner of Warren Buffett, once mentioned that there are weeks when the only thing scheduled on Buffett’s calendar is a haircut. His calendar will literally say,

“Tuesday: Haircut day.”

Buffett also doesn’t use email or a smartphone.

Without an overly busy schedule, without email, and without a smartphone, he manages to run a company with $240 billion in revenue and 377,000 employees.

I think we all can be a little less busy.

This is the final part in a three-part series I’m sharing with you on using research from positive psychology to improve your well-being. Continue reading “Happiness Requires Daily Effort – PART 3”

One Size Does NOT Fit All – PART 2

 

One size fits all is usually one size fits nobody.

Whether it’s the optimal diet, the optimal way to run a business, or the optimal way to create happiness, no one single solution is best for everyone.

We’re all different.

Tailoring your approach to your uniqueness is the key to faster and longer-lasting results.

This is the second part of a three-part series I’m sharing with you on what I’ve discovered by digging deep into the research produced by the field of positive psychology.

For the first time ever, rigorous academic research is being applied to how we thrive as human beings – in short, how to be happy. Continue reading “One Size Does NOT Fit All – PART 2”